The fingerprint sensor firmware update was spotted as an update to Samsung's biometrics module in the Galaxy Store.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold is a foldable Android phone with a 4.6-inch 1960×840 Super AMOLED display on the outside and a 7.3-inch 2152×1536 Super AMOLED screen when unfolded. The update is rather small - weighing in at just 6.9MB - and according to early reports from S10 users, the update significantly improves the speed and reliability of the fingerprint sensor.
Every participant visiting the Samsung Galaxy Studio will be equipped with a Galaxy S10 smartphone to experience different zones, where they can personally try out the phone's extensive functions. The update is now rolling out in Germany, Poland, Netherlands and the United Kingdom, according to a report by SamMobile. The ultrasonic in-display fingerprint is now faster and accurate following the update. It weighs around 7MB in size. To check up if the update is available to your device, open the Settings app, go to Software Update, and tap on the Download updates manually option.
Discussing the feature in Express.co.uk's full review of the Galaxy S10, Technology Editor David Snelling said: "There's some nice little extras tucked inside the S10+ including an embedded fingerprint scanner under the display".
For optics, there is a triple-lens primary camera setup with two 12MP sensors and one 16MP lens. The notch of the Galaxy Fold also features dual camera sensors that comprises of 10MP primary shooter and an 8MP depth sensing camera. It is also powered by the Exynos 9820 octa-core processor paired with 8GB/12GB of RAM and 128GB/512GB/1TB storage. Backing up the device is a 3,400mAh non-removable Li-Ion battery with quick charge support.